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Allusions in Fahrenheit 451 By: Abby Jocke & Linda Wilinski This quote is found on page 102 in Fahrenheit 451. "Montag who knew nothing, who did not even know himself a fool." Lines 25-26. John Donne “Who are a little wise, the best fools be.” The meaning of the quote "who are little wise, the best fools be" in the context of Triple Fool is If you do things by your heart you are a fool.. He was little wise by getting married and doing poetry but he makes a good fool. He being John Donne. From the poem "Triple Fool" It relates to fahrenheit 451 and Montag because he wants to bring books back in the world without them because he learned their significance and it feels good in his heart. But in his quest he gets himself in trouble and being a fool. It is like a theme because if it feels good in your heart, who cares if other people call you a fool. Relation to Fahrenheit 451 You are little wise when you listen to you heart. Picture! Works Cited
John Donne: The Triple Fool. N.p., n.d. Web.

"Featured Titles:." UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004. N.p., n.d. Web.

"Sorry, Your Browser Doesn't Support Frames..." Green Thoughts, Green Shades. N.p., n.d. Web. Allusion 2 Occurs on page 108 on line 2 "All's well that is well in the end" From William Shakespeare. It was a title to a play he wrote. This quote means that if there was a problem that has a good ending even if there were struggles getting there. You do not need to dwell in the past, it ended well, be happy for that. There is always a good ending in anything, no matter how long you have to wait for it. Montag has many troubles and problems. He ends up fleeing the town because of all the heat on him. At the end of the book there is a good ending for Montag. The city gets bombed therefore a new, well ending for Montag. Relation to Fahrenheit 451 Picture !
In the end, it is going to be alright so smile! Works Cited

"All's Well That Ends Well: Entire Play." All's Well That Ends Well: Entire Play. N.p., n.d. Web.

"Pink Smiley Face Clip Art." - Vector Clip Art Online, Royalty Free & Public Domain. N.p., n.d. Web.
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